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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Watery Wednesday



Welcome to another installment of Watery Wednesday. This is a small pond that is across from a campsite that we stayed at in Illinois. I named it Tranquility Pond. Funny how just a little bit of water can bring so much peace to a person. I would sit outside my trailer and watch the geese gather at the pond. A great blue heron would grace us with his presence every once in awhile, along with an american bittern. The bullfrogs sang us to sleep with their loud calls for lovers.




Sometimes the sunsets would be spectacular and here's one I captured reflected in the pond.



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17 comments:

Gail said...

The sky reflecting in the water...magic!

Sunny said...

Lovely reflections, beautiful colors.
Sunny :)

Rae said...

Gorgeous reflection in the water.

hip chick said...

Oh so pretty. The reflection is beautiful.

eileeninmd said...

These are both lovely shots. Amazing reflections. The second photo is just stunning. I love the colors.

Carol said...

I have nominated you for the new Kreative Blogger award, come over to Reflections From the Fence to collect!

Carly said...

your last shot is amazing. It looks almost like a rainbow with all of the colors.

Kathy's Klothesline said...

I love the last shot and you are right that it should be named Tranquilty Pond!

Icy BC said...

Beautiful photos! The last one is my favorite, and gorgeous!

Wendy said...

Hey, you never did answer Otin:

What the hell IS Jeremiah Weed?
(Or am I being stoopid?)
=-)

Carletta said...

Wow Pat, these are gorgeous!

Dimple said...

Gorgeous, especially the sunset!
Thanks for stopping by!

Meeko Fabulous said...

That second shot is gorgeous!!!

Ebie said...

Hi Pat, very beautiful picture and the reflection is just a mirror image!

wenn said...

lovely..

azplantlady said...

The reflection of the sunset is stunning!

SquirrelQueen said...

Wow, Pat I am blown away by the reflection of the sunset on the pond. That is gorgeous, both photos are so beautiful.

Have a great weekend,
Judy